Preferential Procurement Regulations 2011 - BEE Codes workshop

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Updated B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice, implementing preferential procurement and related enterprise development: implications and opportunities.

Date:

August 3, 2016

 

Closing Date for registrations:

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25 July 2016

Course Venue:

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Centurion Conference Centre and Atlantic Imbizo (WC)

Cost:

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R 3950 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

Updated B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice, implementing preferential procurement and related enterprise development: implications and opportunities.

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3 August 2016 Gauteng 

Several important new questions and implications arise for the procurement fraternity that will drive purchasing strategy regarding recently released revisions to the B-BBEE codes of good practice.


Learn more about the impact and the far-reaching implications of the new codes.
 

Discounted for two or more registered from the same organisation.

You will learn

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  • How the various parts of the scorecard are calculated; specifically from a procurement perspective., Preparing your procurement department and the strategy they should follow to achieve a successful rating., Changing you procurement systems to accommodate the requirements of the codes., Transforming your procurement expenditure quickly and understand which areas you can exclude., Incorporating the BEE suppliers that you assist and develop., The role of rating agencies and what their own B-BBEE criteria should comply with., Achieving 100% or more recognition from your expenditure with companies with a turnover of less than R10-million., How the procurement function is evaluated based on the latest codes of good practice., How suppliers will be assisted and evaluated in the future; dealing with existing supplier relationships., Calculating equity points based on the revised flow-through principle., Certain items of the expenditure will secure points for your company faster than other areas. Learn how to identify and fast track these areas.

Who should attend

  • Procurement and Supply Chain Managers, Chief Procurement Officers, Supplier Relationship Managers, Contract Managers, Sourcing Manager, Commodity Managers, Category Managers, Supply Chain Analyst, Buyers (Junior to Senior)